An intimate, inspiring, and timely portrait of Congresswoman Barbara Lee, a true pioneer of American civil rights who was the lone voice in opposition to the authorization of military force after the September 11th attacks. A unique selection of...
THE PLEASURES OF BEING OUT OF STEP
NYC PREMIERE A pioneer in music criticism, Nat Hentoff has spent more than six decades championing jazz in the pages of the Village Voice, The Wall Street Journal, Down Beat, and numerous other publications. Mirroring music’s free flow, he has also been an outspoken civil libertarian and free speech advocate, often taking principled, and idiosyncratic, positions that don’t always sit well with his readership. Director David L. Lewis’ profile reveals a singular figure who happily upends expectations in his pursuit of free expression.